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Great Lakes Forest Products, Inc.

Saw Operator, up to $14/hr



Job Description
Performs the following duties in preparing lumber for cutting/production. 1st Shift, Monday - Thursday 6AM to 3PM and Friday 6AM to 12PM.
•Feed lumber into or stack lumber coming out of a saw.
•Stacks lumber on carts or rollers.
•Examines lumber for defects.
•Picking up boards and other materials.
•May perform other various tasks essential to the smooth running of the productions lines.








About Great Lakes Forest Products, Inc.
Great Lakes Forest Products offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, 401(k) and life insurance.

Great Lakes Forest Products prides itself on a great culture, with an emphasis on teamwork and family. We have several employee functions throughout the year; company picnic, tail gating at Notre Dame games, employee appreciation lunches and holiday celebrations.

Great Lakes Forest Products, Inc. is located in Elkhart, Indiana and specializes in remanufactured and bulk lumber as well as imported and domestic plywood. Some of our key markets include recreational vehicle, manufactured housing, cargo trailer, mobile office, park model, retail, bed frames, and industrial. Through our lumber and plywood mill contacts and our experienced, knowledgeable sales staff, we are able to offer shipments throughout North America. Great Lakes Forest Products, Inc. is built on a solid foundation of great people. Along with supplying quality products, we pride ourselves on reliability, responsiveness, trust, and most importantly hard work. We love what we do!



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